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    Paranormal stories

    We’ve all got them, we’ve all witnessed or heard something amiss. So someone start off this thread by letting us hear your story. I run a paranormal research group, with IR/full spectrum cameras, as well as digital recorders, spirit box, and Mel-Meter that measures changes in temp whether it’s hot or cold, fluctuation in EMF, touch sensitivity, two laser grid pens that show if something walks in the path of it. I’ve got lots of stories to tell, let’s hear yours.
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    I see dead people....JK. I have some stories but I will have to put some thought into which ones I can remember good enough to write
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingskid1611 View Post
    I see dead people....JK. I have some stories but I will have to put some thought into which ones I can remember good enough to write
    Haha, well I won’t say I’ve not seen them, but this will have to wait till you come up with a good memory story to share.
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    Everyone is just one swing away from finding that one target to change your whole life

    Also I want to thank all my great friends on here for keeping me going through all these years. Couldn't do it without yall.

    Visit my YouTube Channel: Relic Recovery Specialist. Will be adding new videos every day. Thanks for the support everyone.

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    Hey you live close enough to the triangle of Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Have you heard of the spook lights up around where the states meet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingskid1611 View Post
    Hey you live close enough to the triangle of Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Have you heard of the spook lights up around where the states meet?
    Yes I sure have. Never visited them, but that’s one of many in this area that’s on our list.
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    Digging up relics one day at a time. Always looking for fellow detectorist to go out with and enjoy this hobby. Been swinging a coil going on 24 years now this year and loving every minute of it. Looking for members to join our group in Arkansas. PM me if interested.

    Everyone is just one swing away from finding that one target to change your whole life

    Also I want to thank all my great friends on here for keeping me going through all these years. Couldn't do it without yall.

    Visit my YouTube Channel: Relic Recovery Specialist. Will be adding new videos every day. Thanks for the support everyone.

    CHECK OUT MY NEW YOUTUBE SITE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5L...TU-niIB4eEL8NA

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    Ive been there several times. The first time was when my dad took us out there. Its is spectacular and will make shivers run up your spine. It can zig zag right over your head and yet then simply disappear. I have been several times but can't seem to explain where it comes from.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingskid1611 View Post
    Ive been there several times. The first time was when my dad took us out there. Its is spectacular and will make shivers run up your spine. It can zig zag right over your head and yet then simply disappear. I have been several times but can't seem to explain where it comes from.
    My grandma has some lights like that around her property. She lives in the mountains a little, and lives in the valley area, and my great grandma, and my grandma, and dad has all saw them. When my grandpa build the barn out there he heard what sounded like horses running by that sounded like it had a wagon behind it, looked down, and there was absolutely nothing there. The property has some old history to it, some old ancient rock walls, and on top of the mountain there is a rock fortress someone made at one time, and has two to three gun ports built in it. It’s fortified from the backside, and front you can see everything coming from the bottom. They’re has been some strange lights I’ve seen out there, as well as eyes without even having a flashlight that were glowing. Property has some bad history along with it so it doesn’t surprise me of all the negativity there.
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    Everyone is just one swing away from finding that one target to change your whole life

    Also I want to thank all my great friends on here for keeping me going through all these years. Couldn't do it without yall.

    Visit my YouTube Channel: Relic Recovery Specialist. Will be adding new videos every day. Thanks for the support everyone.

    CHECK OUT MY NEW YOUTUBE SITE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5L...TU-niIB4eEL8NA

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    When my wife and I got married our first place we rented was a small house in Pryor. We lived here for well over 2 years and our first child came to us while at this place. When my son started crawling and later walking he always went to one place in the kitchen and would gabber away as if deep in conversation with someone. We thought it was cute but a little disturbing it was always the same place. That was until I got ahold of the previous owners family and found out their dad had died in that particular spot years before. We had been the first family to live there since he had died and they sold it to the landlord we rented from.
    Tell me and I'll forget. Show me, and I may not remember. Involve me, and I'll understand. - Tribe Unknown. Those that lie down with dogs, get up with fleas. - Blackfoot

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingskid1611 View Post
    When my wife and I got married our first place we rented was a small house in Pryor. We lived here for well over 2 years and our first child came to us while at this place. When my son started crawling and later walking he always went to one place in the kitchen and would gabber away as if deep in conversation with someone. We thought it was cute but a little disturbing it was always the same place. That was until I got ahold of the previous owners family and found out their dad had died in that particular spot years before. We had been the first family to live there since he had died and they sold it to the landlord we rented from.
    Wow. See my nephew, and even my own son has done that at my house, and even grandmas. No ones died in my house, but several members of our family who’ve died actually who were at our house many many times
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    Digging up relics one day at a time. Always looking for fellow detectorist to go out with and enjoy this hobby. Been swinging a coil going on 24 years now this year and loving every minute of it. Looking for members to join our group in Arkansas. PM me if interested.

    Everyone is just one swing away from finding that one target to change your whole life

    Also I want to thank all my great friends on here for keeping me going through all these years. Couldn't do it without yall.

    Visit my YouTube Channel: Relic Recovery Specialist. Will be adding new videos every day. Thanks for the support everyone.

    CHECK OUT MY NEW YOUTUBE SITE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5L...TU-niIB4eEL8NA

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    Don't take too much to that stuff..... however/.........take a walk through Gettysburg battlefield on a dark rainy dreary day and you will know they're still there........ Been there.. done that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudflap View Post
    Don't take too much to that stuff..... however/.........take a walk through Gettysburg battlefield on a dark rainy dreary day and you will know they're still there........ Been there.. done that.
    Been there done that as well. I wish the battlefield near us would let us do an overnight stay. Course they’d have to have one of there guys watching us with night vision
    Digging up relics one day at a time. Always looking for fellow detectorist to go out with and enjoy this hobby. Been swinging a coil going on 24 years now this year and loving every minute of it. Looking for members to join our group in Arkansas. PM me if interested.

    Everyone is just one swing away from finding that one target to change your whole life

    Also I want to thank all my great friends on here for keeping me going through all these years. Couldn't do it without yall.

    Visit my YouTube Channel: Relic Recovery Specialist. Will be adding new videos every day. Thanks for the support everyone.

    CHECK OUT MY NEW YOUTUBE SITE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5L...TU-niIB4eEL8NA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudflap View Post
    Don't take too much to that stuff..... however/.........take a walk through Gettysburg battlefield on a dark rainy dreary day and you will know they're still there........ Been there.. done that.
    So have I; VERY true. Was a Reb re-enactor; THAT is a VERY haunted battlefield...
    Last edited by Rebel - KGC; Dec 28, 2019 at 08:08 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post
    So have I; VERY true. Was a Reb re-enactor; THAT is a VERY haunted battlefield...
    I’m going to start my own blog, writing creepy ghost stories, that I’ve personally encountered, as well as others. I have a paranormal Twitter account still, but lost all of my video footage off YouTube when I made my new metal detecting channel. I started out in 2008 with a metal detecting channel, then it grew in to the paranormal after one such siting that I couldn’t shake. As most have probably read on an old thread about the confederate soldier I saw while digging in the trenches I won’t get too far in to this one, but it goes as follows:

    My late father, and son were hunting a confederate occupied camp, with my dad at the camp area about a good 200 yards or more away, I was on the ridge facing the north that had entrenchments dug every 10-12 ft across the northern edge of a bluff, facing a southern facing union occupied bluff. The union had cannons placed on top of the southern bluff, with the old military road cutting direction through the middle of both mountains, and lower valley. There was a small general store down in the valley, along the military road that had been ransacked by both union, and confederate troops. The owner of the store had a homestead as well on the upper northern facing ridge, along the road as well. With the watchful eyes of both union, and confederate commanders watching their opposing members side the union general, along with the confederate general both spotted one another along their fortified fronts. It didn’t take long before the cannons began firing from the south of the union army, as well as a few cannons strategically placed along side the confederate lines in hopes of keeping the union from advancing up the military road, and finding the confederates camp which was at a huge 180 acre farm, that had everything they would need. The confederate general had forced the farmer, and his family out, having food in the house, cows for milk, chickens, and even hogs, they had everything they needed, including the advantage of being the army with the upper hand because they held the highest position, as well as had trenches dug out just waiting for the right time for the men to begin firing, in case the union army began to charge the hill up the military road.

    Cannons began to blast off, with the unions missing their targets, and the confederates hitting exactly as they had planned due to being at a much higher elevation as the union, and hitting their marks. The union began to abandon their fortifications, and do exactly as the confederates had hoped, they began running up the military road, and that’s when the confederates in their trenches began to lay a barrage of fire on them. To say the union weren’t prepared for that was a understatement, laying many men out in the road with the rest continuing to run up the hill, with another surprise waiting for the union once they reached the top of the hill.

    As soon as the union army reached the top of the hill, and the few that strayed off towards the area of the trenches to take out those, they reached the summit, and into view of 8 confederate cannons waiting for them as soon as they hit the top of the ridge. As soon as the confederates saw them the Artillery commanding officer yelled “Fire”. The union army couldn’t see the cannons due to there being a small knoll in between them, and the cannons, but at the distance of the cannons the Artillery commander on his horse could see the union. The shells exploding above the heads of the union as precisely as the confederates had wanted. Upwards of 12-15 more union officers, and an estimated 20 plus horses were killed, along with 2-3 confederates who stayed behind watching the valley for more advancements.

    In the end, their were approximately 18-20 union officers, staff, along with their horses killed, and only 5-6 confederates. The union army realized they couldn’t take the high ground of the confederate occupied hill, and ran back down the mountain to their side with the artillery still lobbing shells at them, and some more confederates chasing behind firing at them. Eventually the union ran approximately 2 more miles back to their main encampment, with numerous picket posts, along with a huge assortment of artillery. With the confederates winning that match the union army sat, and strategized for the upcoming battle within what would have been a few days.

    Back to my story, dad was hunting closer to the camp, in a wooded area in the middle of a field, and as I left him to walk towards the trenches 200+ yards away from him, and out of view of one another due to woods, and that rise of the top of the mountain. I began to search each, and every trench listening for any signals even the faintest whisper of a signal I would dig. I found several on the outside of the trenches, with them hitting the berms in front of the dugout. As I began to get closer to another set that left a couple of confederates at a disadvantage due to their location watching another valley with their backs to the main military road I began to get a uneasy feeling like someone was watching me, or that feeling you get when your senses are alerted to something amiss. I shook it off as being uneasy due to not having anyone else around, and in the middle of the woods with thick foliage. As I headed to the 2-3 trenches that posed a risk to the soldiers who dug them I didn’t get any signals in or around two of them. I then hit the last one searching the outside, with no fired bullets in the berm, so I went in the dugout area, and found a dropped confederate sharpshooters bullet inside the dugout. As I began to concentrate a little harder in this one I began to really get the chills on the back of my neck. I looked around me, and didn’t see anything or hear anything. I got a very faint signal inside the dugout about a foot away from the next signal, it was about 10–12” deep, and very mushroomed out, and deformed beyond recognition of size other then seeing one recognizable ring at the bottom of that big blob. As I began to wipe it off I heard what sounded like a whistle, thinking it was my dad, I looked up out of the trench, and saw a soldier in a grey coat, with kepi hat on, dark colored beard, and grayish eyes. I sit there in awe, didn’t know what to do. His eyes weren’t fixated at me, they were as if he was looking off in the distance, and didn’t even recognize we were less than 100ft apart. He was completely recognizable from the waistline, with belt buckle on up. Below his belt he was more translucent. I thought “oh Sh*t”, I then thought maybe I’m just seeing things so I closed my eyes, opened them up again, and he was still there. I did it one more time, and he was gone. No noise, no nothing except a owl flying off from a tree in the same direction as he was standing.

    I shagged a** towards where dad was at, taking me quiet a while because all my gear, also having to climb a hump of dugout dirt from a railroad that came through post civil war. As I neared my dad, I came up next to him, out of breathe, sweating, and he asked me what was wrong. I didn’t tell him at first, he then asked me “what did you find over there on the other side of me”? I said “ do what”, and he said “ I was digging a bullet, and I heard some leaves rustling over by the tree that sounded like someone digging with a shovel in the rocky soil”. I said “ DAD, I was 250-300 yards away from you until just now”. He said “ No, you weren’t because I asked you if you had a good signal, and you said yes”. I told him where I was at again, and we both put two, and two together, and decided well it’s time to get outta here for now.

    Sadly we never got a chance to go back together. Dad was killed in a car accident about 3-4 months later, and I just never went back because it’s never felt right without him there, but hold that memory of what I saw, and the memory of dad, and I detecting out there together many, many times in the past, and have left that place as a solemn reminder of its past 150+ years ago, plus the memory of him, and I going on 2 years at that site. He’s been gone 5 years now, and I pass that place frequently, on the way to some other sites we hunt, and feel happy yet sad not being able to share all my new finds with him.
    Digging up relics one day at a time. Always looking for fellow detectorist to go out with and enjoy this hobby. Been swinging a coil going on 24 years now this year and loving every minute of it. Looking for members to join our group in Arkansas. PM me if interested.

    Everyone is just one swing away from finding that one target to change your whole life

    Also I want to thank all my great friends on here for keeping me going through all these years. Couldn't do it without yall.

    Visit my YouTube Channel: Relic Recovery Specialist. Will be adding new videos every day. Thanks for the support everyone.

    CHECK OUT MY NEW YOUTUBE SITE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5L...TU-niIB4eEL8NA

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    GREAT story...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post
    GREAT story...
    Thank you.
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    Digging up relics one day at a time. Always looking for fellow detectorist to go out with and enjoy this hobby. Been swinging a coil going on 24 years now this year and loving every minute of it. Looking for members to join our group in Arkansas. PM me if interested.

    Everyone is just one swing away from finding that one target to change your whole life

    Also I want to thank all my great friends on here for keeping me going through all these years. Couldn't do it without yall.

    Visit my YouTube Channel: Relic Recovery Specialist. Will be adding new videos every day. Thanks for the support everyone.

    CHECK OUT MY NEW YOUTUBE SITE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5L...TU-niIB4eEL8NA

 

 
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